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The History of Lourdes Convent School 

              In 1958 sisters of Sacred Heart established Lourdes Convent School. With humble beginnings having only 26 students to start with in the Pre-Primary section, every year more number of students and classes were added to become a full fledged school having co-education up to SSC Board.

In the year 1978 Carmelite Sisters took over the institution from the sisters of Sacred Heart. The Carmelite Sisters are women consecrated to God under the patronage of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Motivated and inspired by the zeal of their charismatic foundress, Mother Mary Theresa Veronica, carry out the work of education and other work of mercy in many parts of the country. The congregation took root at  Holy Angels Convent, Trivandrum, from where it spread its branches in India and abroad serving the social cause of imparting education in a noble way.

 Lourdes Convent School has The Pre-Primary section known as Prem Niketan, the Primary, Secondary, and the Higher Secondary sections.

There after the school has been constantly upgrading its Standard, infrastructure, academics, sports, technology and discipline to provide the best to the students.


The Congregation of Carmelite Religious was founded by Mother Veronica of Passion on July 16th, 1868, in France.

Mother Veronica (nee Sophie Leeves) was born on October 1, 1823, Constantinople of English Anglican parents. The atmosphere of love in her home culminated in her outstanding love for God which was expressed in her tendency to serve the helpless, the afflicted and the sick. She received a liberal education in this happy, religious cultured atmosphere. Thus, we have in Mother Veronica, a highly accomplished woman of strong faith, fluent in Greek, French, German, her native English and several other languages. She came to India as Sister of St. Joseph of the Apparition. She concentrated on education of girls, empowerment of women and the less privileged.

Her strong desire for a life of contemplation led her to opt for the Cloistered Carmel of Pau. Prior to her entry into Carmel she trained young Sister at Bayonne, France to work in India. She was a great visionary and she braved many hardships to fulfill her dreams.

Following in the footsteps of Our Lord and Master Jesus Christ and our foundress Mother Veronica, her daughters, seek to enkindle the fire of Divine Love in the hearts of all God’s children. Through education and other works of mercy, they seek to promote the Kingdom with Values of Justice, Fellowship and Freedom, thereby bringing harmony in the society, especially to the ‘target group’ of the locality.